The Rainbow Stew Cloggers were back from the ’60s during their performance at the 13th annual Knox Fall Fair on Saturday, Sept. 16. — Adam Kveton

A full fall fair for Knox in Parksville

Entertainment, food, goods and more at 13th annual event

There was lots to see and buy at the 13th annual Knox Fall Fair on Saturday, Sept. 16.

With used items for sale, as well as plants and veggies, a silent auction, crafts, baking and entertainment to watch, hundreds of people were in attendance.

The fair, which ran until 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 16, had streets around Knox United Church jam-packed with eager attendees.

Check out a video of the event at www.pqbnews.com and more photos at www.facebook.com/PQBNews.

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